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never would have gone on a trip that i would not support myself and my parents over that ten year old part of the game is going to get a flavor. to the other one level that is why i have serious problems on a personal level and i was unable to live there but i'm going to. want to know their story. their fight. for markets. european council president donald tusk has expressed his mounting frustration over breaks it he said british tourist skeptics deserved a quote special place in hell for failing to devise a realistic plan for the process the strong words came a day before british prime minister to resign may is expected in brussels to try and renegotiate the breaks that agreement. makes a donia has taken
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a big step towards becoming the thirtieth member of nato the government has signed accession papers and their wait for them to be ratified by all members of the military alliance the move comes after the resolution of a years long dispute with neighboring greece over macedonia name and generally the parliament in scope here has agreed to change its name to north macedonia. the european commission has blocked a plan to tie up between german engineering giant siemens and france's elst on the companies were said to merge their rail businesses so they could take on bigger foreign rivals but they you said it would hurt competition and drive a consumer prices. amnesty international has accused the united arab emirates of providing western arms to yemeni militias in a report the human rights group says iraqi forces received billions of dollars worth of bombs from countries like australia germany and the us and siphoned them to melissa. could have been committing war crimes.
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legislate or investigate greatness or gridlock my way or crumbling highways those were the black and white choices u.s. president drawn presented last night to congress in his state of the union address but it wasn't what trump said but rather what he sold it stole the show in front of the president a record number of female lawmakers staring back standing sitting shoulder to shoulder and behind the president the most powerful woman in congress always looking over the president shoulder i'm burnt off in berlin this is the day. the state of our union is strong.
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one has benefited more from a thriving economy than women who have filled fifty eight percent of the.


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